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  • Wambach's goal gives US a 1-0 win over Nigeria

    Abby Wambach is used to scoring with her head. She's not sure how she got her latest goal. "I think it was my shin guard, to be quite honest," she said. "I'm not 100 percent sure." Doesn't really matter to Wambach. What does is that she scored,...
  • Canadian government websites cyberattacked

    The Canadian government says its computer servers have been cyberattacked. Cabinet Minister Tony Clement confirmed the attack Wednesday. Some have had difficulty accessing certain government websites but service was later restored to many sites. Denial-...
  • US faces Colombia to open World Cup knockout round

    Upstart Colombia will be the next opponent for the U.S. national team at the Women's World Cup. The second-ranked U.S. women, who have two World Cup titles, finished atop Group D with a 1-0 victory over Nigeria on Monday night. Colombia, ranked No. 28...
  • Colombia lives to fight on _ against the US

    Colombia may have been a bit overwhelmed in Montreal, but in the end it didn't matter. Colombia fell 2-1 to England on Wednesday at Olympic Stadium in Quebec's largest city. Colombia coach Felipe Taborda said his team was awed by the stadium and its...
  • Three favorites wait for berths to knockout round

    The United States, Canada and Germany are all considered among the favorites in their groups at the Women's World Cup. Each won its first match and could have secured a place in the knockout stage with a victory in its second. But all three played to...
  • Colombia Lives To Fight On — Vs. The U.S.

    VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Colombia might have been a bit overwhelmed in Montreal, but in the end it didn't matter. Colombia fell 2-1 to England on Wednesday at Olympic Stadium in Quebec's largest city. Colombia coach Felipe Taborda said his...
  • US soccer defends Hope Solo decisions in letter to senator

    US soccer defends Hope Solo decisions in letter to senator
    WINNIPEG, Manitoba — The head of U.S. Soccer defended the federation's handling of goalkeeper Hope Solo's domestic assault case in a letter to U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal on Friday night. Solo was charged with two misdemeanor counts of fourth-...
  • U.S. forward Sydney Leroux expects emotional World Cup game in hometown

    U.S. forward Sydney Leroux expects emotional World Cup game in hometown
    Ray Chadwick hasn't spoken to his daughter for a year. Her choice, he says, not his. But this week he plans to make the 3 1/2-hour drive from his home in south-central British Columbia to Vancouver to be near her just the same. So when forward Sydney...
  • World's top 5 teams remain alive heading into knockout stage

    The United States' bid for a third Women's World Cup title remains very much alive, as do the championship hopes of all five of the top-ranked teams in the world. The knockout stage begins this weekend with all the powers still in place, although some...
  • Solo Poses Dilemma For U.S. Soccer

    WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Once one of the prominent faces of the U.S. women's team, promoted alongside stars like Alex Morgan and Abby Wambach, Hope Solo is now largely relegated to the background while she faces continued scrutiny over a domestic...
  • AP Interview: Canadian talks about her Somali kidnapper

    A Canadian freelance journalist who was held by kidnappers for 15 months in Somalia seven years ago said Sunday that the Somali man arrested by Canadian police last week terrorized her mother by barraging her with threatening telephone calls with ransom...